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Black Poets

Black Poets

Christine Castles July 25, 2022

If you went to a high school like mine, you probably also experienced a drought of diverse writers in your education. And you may still notice a similar ubiquity of white male authors in assigned readings,...

Poetry Feature: 2022 Provost Winner Aanaa Felema

Aanaa Felema May 4, 2022

I’ve Stopped Trying To Make Celery Taste Good 1. I hear it in a pop song for the first time as a child— a vegetable is a vegetable and also a dead weight. I see it for myself when I’m slightly...

The Memorial Union peaks through the mostly green trees that have bursts of yellows and orange leaves. Theres a blue sky with only a few clouds in the background.

Poetry Feature: “Things I Overheard People Saying on Campus” by Darcy Pound

Darcy Pound, Volunteer October 27, 2021

This poem was submitted to us during week one by Darcy Pound, one of our Prism volunteers. Pound captures part of the chaos that is transitioning from remote learning to a (mostly) in person experience...

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Beyond the Page: Shelter in Poems Poetry Reading

April 16, 2020

Join Assistant Editor Lauren Miller and Prism volunteers Darcy Pound and Lisa Wilson as they recite and discuss three different poems. Based on the Academy of American Poet's collection called "Shelter...

Taken at the Rose Festival CityFair in June 2016. Post-creation I noticed the family sitting on the bench, tired from the festivals activities while also capturing what summer is like in the city.

Artist Feature: Madilyn Sturges

January 14, 2020

~Madilyn Sturges grew up in a family that built her an art corner in the living room and still prints her artwork and puts them on the fridge. While her major is more focused on social justice, she still...

Prism Art Journal Winter 2010

Throwback for the New Decade: Georgia

James Martinelli December 31, 2019

The poem 'Georgia,' written by James Martinelli, was published in the winter 2010 edition of Prism Art and Literary Journal. To herald in 2020, here is the piece from the beginning of the decade.GeorgiaCement...

Holding On by Samuel Gilbert

Poetry Feature: “Crossing” by Samuel Gilbert

December 17, 2019

I think some prominent themes in my work are the beauty of nature, how quickly time passes, the inconstancy of things, and reflection. I like my photos to reflect how I feel as well as be pleasing for...

Pit by Gabe Reitzes

Poetry Feature: “The Hard Worker”

Nathan Waugh November 5, 2019

 The hard worker  start the experiment, wash glassware when done, don’t drop this oneall my concentration, all my focus is here, so single-minded meok nowstep out of lab for just a minutewalk across...

An Abstract: “lady Electric” by Pocket Patino

October 15, 2019

Image: "Evade" by Hannah DuPontConstruction management engineering major Pocket Patino, who submitted "lady Electric" to Prism in spring of 2019, seems more than happy to toy with the strange and confusing....

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